Weird, fun holidays celebrated in December

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED December 1, 2017 02:09 pm
December ain't December without Christmas...and ugly sweaters.

(Inside Manila) It’s amazing how fast November can become a stranger as soon as the month of December comes in, with the gift-giving and year-ender events just around the corner and the Rizal Day on the 30th.

Though the world will celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve holidays on December 25 and on 31st, respectively, there a quite a few unusual yet honorable mentions:


December 01 (Friday) Eat a Red Apple Day

December 02 (Saturday) Fritters Day

December 03 (Sunday) Make a Gift Day

December 04 (Monday) Santa's List Day, Wear Brown Shoes Day

December 05 (Tuesday) Bathtub Party Day, Day of the Ninja

December 09 (Saturday) Christmas Card Day

December 13 (Wednesday) Ice Cream Day, Violin Day, Christmas Jumper Day

December 14 (Thursday) Monkey Day

December 15 (Friday) National Lemon Cupcake Day, Free Shipping Day

December 18 (Monday) Bake Cookies Day

December 19 (Tuesday) Oatmeal Muffin Day, Ugly Sweater Day

December 20 (Wednesday) Go Caroling Day, Sangria Day

December 21 (Thursday) Humbug Day, Look on the Bright Side Day

December 24 (Sunday) Eggnog Day

December 27 (Wednesday) Make Cutout Snowflakes Day

December 28 (Thursday) Card Playing Day

December 29 (Friday) Pepper Pot Day



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